Laissez-Faire Capitalists & Environmentalists: an Unholy Alliance


Environmentalists and laissez-faire capitalists have formed an unholy alliance in order to deindustrialize the economy. Laissez-faire capitalists do not like the amount of money that has to be spent paying employees for work that machines can do. If there are fewer people working at the machines, this means more profits and you certainly don’t have to worry about that stupid OSHA if you take workers out of the equation.

Environmentalists are the kind of people who truly think that the world would be a better place if we did not use energy and thus did not try to make things. A true environmentalist would not be happy if we did everything we could to end the Industrial Revolution; they claim that they would be happy with the end of the Industrial Revolution and the creation of machine. I personally think they are lying. I feel that they would not be happy with any society–certainly not an agrarian society. The people who are environmental radicals want to kill the jerk who invented work. I can understand what the motives are of the laissez-faire folks are, but I can’t always say what the motives of the radical environmentalists are. I suspect some of them are motivated by an expansion of the public sector and feigned compassion via the welfare state and dependency.

Laissez-faire believers are beholden to either a stupid or naïve few that the world would be better off if we just ignore each other’s problems and whether or not anyone had employment/a sense of dignity.

This is an unholy alliance that has effectively destroyed the middle class in America and any nation that has a decent living standard for their citizens. People say, “Well, this can’t be an alliance if they don’t know about it.” This may be true, but there is an end result that is going to occur. Both groups seem comfortable with promoting the service sector as an alternative, but you have to plug in computers and still pay employees to do this, so I think both groups are again lying when they promote this as an alternative.

I am an agnostic. I make no apology for that. I do believe in freedom of worship, no matter how incorrect I may find you to be. I think many followers of laissez-faire economics adopt a certain level of moral relativity in order to justify their views. These people replace God and faith with the almighty dollar. I tend to believe that many of the radical environmental replace God and faith with Earth. I think replacing God and faith with the almighty dollar is wrong. I think replacing God and faith with Earth is wrong. I replace God and faith with the joy that I get from being able to work and trying to solve the problems of others. I guess I believe in my country as well and I hope the best for it. I would hope other people would adopt some sort of opinion that is similar. They do not have to however; who am I to tell people what to believe in? No one. Moral relativism kind of creates an opportunity for a person not to believe in anything. I guess the debate will continue.